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A short position is when someone sells a warrant or the underlying asset. Contrasts with Long position.

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One who has sold a contract to establish a market position and who has not yet closed out this position through an offsetting purchase; the opposite of a long position. Related: Long.
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Short

Is the position opposite that of a long. Some who is short the market.
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Describing the finish of a wine whose flavor does not linger on the palate; the opposite of long.
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An inadequate amount of products needed to fill a shelf or an order or to meet customer demand.
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Refers to finish, or aftertaste, when it ends abruptly.
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[adj] - containing a large amount of shortening 2. [adj] - low in stature 3. [adj] - (prosody) used of syllables that are unaccented or of relatively brief duration 4. [adj] - (of memory) deficient in retentiveness or range 5. [adj] - lacking foresight or scope 6. [adj] - unwilling to endure 7. [adj] - (finance) not h...
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An open position for the sale of metal.
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An investor is short when he/she has sold (borrowed) assets that they do not own in the hope that... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/short.htm?id=13014&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of short'>more</a>
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British aircraft manufacturers. The Type 184 seaplane in 1914 was the first aircraft to carry a torpedo and, during the World War I Gallipoli campaign, was the first aircraft to sink an enemy ship...
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Investors are short if they have sold shares they do not possess, in the hope of buying them later at a lower price to make a profit. See also long
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Low resistance leakage caused by live wires touching earth return wires, steel supports or the ground resulting in a severe drop in voltage.
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A short position is when someone sells a warrant or the underlying asset. Contrasts with Long position.
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Investors are short of a share or commodity if they have sold shares they do not possess, in the hope of buying them later at a lower price. See also long.
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Short adjective [ Compar. Shorter ; superl. Shortest .] [ Middle English short , schort , Anglo-Saxon scort , sceort ; akin to Old High German scurz , Icelandic skorta to be short of, to lack, a...
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Short noun 1. A summary account. « The short and the long is, our play is preferred.» Shak. 2. plural The part of milled grain sifted out which is next finer than the bran. « The first remove above bran is shorts Halliwell...
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Short adverb In a short manner; briefly; limitedly; abruptly; quickly; as, to stop short in one's course; to turn short . « He was taken up very short , and adjudged corrigible for such presumptuous language.» Howell. To sell short (Stock Exchange...
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Short transitive verb [ Anglo-Saxon sceortian .] To shorten. [ Obsolete]
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Short intransitive verb To fail; to decrease. [ Obsolete]
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1. Not long; having brief length or linear extension; as, a short distance; a short piece of timber; a short flight. 'The bed is shorter than that a man can stretch himself on it.' (Isa. Xxviii. 20) ... 2. Not extended in time; having very limited duration; not protracted; as, short breath. 'The life so short, the craft so long to learn.' (Chaucer)...
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shortsighted adjective lacking foresight or scope; `a short view of the problem`; `shortsighted policies`; `shortsighted critics derided the plan`; `myopic thinking`
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• (n.) A short sound, syllable, or vowel. • (n.) A summary account. • (superl.) Not long; having brief length or linear extension; as, a short distance; a short piece of timber; a short flight. • (superl.) Deficient; defective; imperfect; not coming up, as to a measure or standard; as, an account which is short of the trith. &bu...
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Short

One who has sold a contract to establish a market position and who has not yet closed out this position through an offsetting purchase; the opposite of a long position. Related: Long.
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The opposite of long; when a trader has sold a contract and established a market position, but has not yet made an offsetting purchase to close out the position. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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1. Used with 'sell' or 'sale,' this means that the seller does not currently have the thing being sold, but intends to acquire it on the market prior to making delivery. 2. Used by itself as a verb, it means to sell short, as 'to short a currency,' meaning to sell it forward in anticipation that its value on the spot market will fall.
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